Friday, 21 November 2014

Turn on the lights! | Styling for Autumn


It's true that during the Summer we get these wonderfully long days, here in Denmark, with lots of light from early morning until very late in the evening. But in the Autumn and Winter we get (suffer!) the exact opposite...

Now that the days are noticeably shorter I wanted to share with you this apartment from Fantastic Frank, beautifully styled to translate an Autumn Mood. The lights turned on on every room are necessary even during the day because it's very dark anyway, unless the sun decides to grace us with it's presence and that doesn't happen often. 

The various lamps give the rooms a warm colour and cosy - hyggeligt - atmosphere, that is absolutely fundamental to survive the Winter blues (it's that and chocolates). I only wished they had also used some candles because that would give it an even more Scandinavian feeling.
styling: Thomas Lingsell
photography: Emily Laye



Wednesday, 12 November 2014

Black and White Stairs


Today I want to show you these wonderfully graphic black and white stairs. They were introduced in an old apartment in Stockholm during it's renovation by Andreas Martin-Löf Arkitekter

The result is a beautiful and extraordinary new architectural element that stands out while still belonging to this space.
styling: Sofie Ganeva
photography: Emily Laye




Tuesday, 11 November 2014

For Rest | want!


I'm in love with the 'For Rest' print from One Must Dash.
It's a real rest for my eyes... and I just feel like getting lost in the fog in the middle of those trees.
This would definitely have a place on my wall.
grey, black and white, forest, photography, print, home decor, design,
 photo via: One Must Dash




Monday, 10 November 2014

On Instagram (at last)


Yes! I have Instagram now!
I'm still getting the hang of it but I'm having lots of fun and loving it. 

You can check my profile here: life_as_a_mooboard. And I also added an Instagram button on the right column, next to my other social networks.

Now I just need a little bit more natural light to use anything as an excuse to walk around the house taking more of these snapshots.
photography by | life as a moodboard |






Friday, 7 November 2014

Dark&White Scandinavian Kitchen


Today I want to show you this gorgeous kitchen in a 155m2 Danish apartment from 1908.

I love that it looks so elegant and yet cosy - with big contrasts of dark and white and a masterful mixture of vintage and contemporary design pieces. 
A perfect fit for this wonderful, huge space with it's old, high ceilings in plaster.
 
photography: Birgitta Wolfgang Drejer
all images via: Femina



Product Help:
In the dining space, the wall lamp - 265 - is from Flos, designed by Paolo Rizzato, and the chairs are a mix of the Eames plastic chairs from Vitra

The kitchen furniture was specially made for this apartment by the Danish company CPH square, and the beautiful and huge pendant - Taraxacum 88 S - is designed by Achille Castiglioni also from Flos.

On the side wall you can see the Stendig Calendar, designed by Massimon Vignelli and to the left a Gubi black stool.




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